Notulae Scientia Biologicae (http://www.notulaebiologicae.ro), Issue 1, Volume 12, 2020: The papers published in this issue represent interesting novelties in different topics of life science. Among the exciting researches, we invite readers to find news about: vultures, their population status and some ecological aspects in an Indian stronghold; analysis of secondary metabolites and in vitro evaluation of extracts of Carica papaya and Azadirachta indica leaves on selected human pathogens; the risk mitigation indices associated with some risk mitigation protocols performed on contaminated aqua-cultured catfish (Clarias gariepinus); evaluation of three plant species to control black scurf disease of Irish potato (Solanum tuberosum Linn.); production, purification and characterization of thermostable alpha amylase from Bacillus subtilis Y25 isolated from decaying yam (Dioscorea rotundata) tuber; influence of ammonium and moisture on survival and nifH transcription in the diazotrophic Pseudomonas mendocina S10; two additions to the Asteraceae of Egypt; micromorphology studies of three important medicinal plants of Asclepiadaceae family; phenological attributes of Pyracantha crenulata - a high-value multipurpose shrub of the Himalaya; in vitro callus and shoot regeneration in Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Jacq.) Grised. - a fast timber yielding species.
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